NOUN
  1. a manufactured artifact (as a garment or piece of furniture) that is made in advance and available for purchase
    their apartment was furnished with ready-mades
ADJECTIVE
  1. commercially produced; not homemade
    ready-made clothes
  2. repeated regularly without thought or originality
    ready-made phrases
  3. made for purchase and immediate use
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How To Use ready-made In A Sentence

  • Indians don't seem to believe in one percent milk at all, and don't realize that the ready-made paneer they buy in Indian stores is made of whole milk, which is loaded with fat calories.
  • Less common, and more exciting, is the skill-prodigy, the ferrety junior ballerina who comes snorting out of his elite rabbit hole ready-made. Enjoying the fleeting thrill of fragile prodigies is a national habit | Barney Ronay
  • And for the first time in his career, when he smelt burning wood pulp and looked down at the line of messenger boys with a ready-made frown and caught the eyes of Mickey, the "littlest," smiling impudently at him, Skinner's Dress Suit
  • It's not a ready-made audience, which means people listen because they want to.
  • My diet consisted of ready-made meals and lots of cheese sandwiches. The Sun
  • The invisible components of civil society, whose extent is largely unknown, consist of those who prefer a personal rather than a ready-made set of values, people who never speak up, and people who admittedly do not want to be bothered.
  • Puerto Rico, Japan and Mexico all are rich in baseball history and tradition, with a ready-made fan base eager to snap up tickets and pony up for licensed merchandise.
  • The hospital - one of the leading cancer treatment centres in the country - was supplied with two types of ready-made meals for a reception vending machine, which have now had to be withdrawn.
  • Make sure all ready-made foods are piping hot throughout before eating, as they are also a listeria risk.
  • In fact we might say that at first sight the Institutional Theory is practically required by Duchamp's first unassisted ready-made.
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